Trojan-Downloader.Js.Timul.CV is one of the most annoying trojan I have ever came across, giving me a tough time removing it since past two days, I had tried every single popular Antivirus and AntiSpyware removal tool out there, Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 detects the exploit being executed denying the trojan download but can't remove the download trigger bombarding me with numerous notifications each time a webpage is accessed.
Further investigation revealed similar problems being reported at computer help forums with NO SOLUTION, collecting all the facts from the different sources I found that the cause of the problem is not your computer
but a infected computer on your PC injecting http traffic with malicious trojan downloading script before every page triggering the anti-virus alert.
The first thing you would like to do is to install a good anti-virus blocking the trojan downloader from executing, The infection seems to come from several domains making use of existing security holes in Windows OS to inject http traffic, The only working solution to the problem seems to update all the computers in your network with latest Windows patches.
- Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC)
- MPS StormPlayer
- Xunlei Thunder DapPlayer
Adodb.Stream, MPS.StormPlayer, DPClient.Vod, IERPCtl.IERPCtl.1, GLIEDown.IEDown.1
You can also ask your system admin or ISP to block traffic from these known malicious domains.